This couple went back in time with a medieval-style wedding that featured a massive feast and an ancient marriage ritual.
Despite drifting apart after meeting while working together at Madeira’s Coffee Please, Facebook brought this couple back together.
Many of their guests even dressed in traditional African attire.
Although they grew up less than a mile apart, this local couple didn’t meet until 2014 at a Kentucky Derby party.
Area natives Amanda and Mark tied the knot in a quintessentially Cincinnati way at Rhinegeist Brewery.
Alex Mierzwa and Allison Ranieri tied the knot in an outdoor ceremony at Cedar Falls in historic Hocking Hills State Park.
Distance ironically brought these two closer, and they got to know each other on a deeper level through texts and phone calls.
Rather than letting their wedding-day downpour cause a total washout, the couple grabbed some umbrellas and made the most of it.
Lloyd Jackson and Irvin Carney married at Manor House, where their 1-year-old daughter watched them tie the knot.
Family keepsakes and eclectic decor made for the perfect day for this laid-back couple.